noncontemporary

noncontemporary

(ˌnɒnkənˈtɛmpərərɪ)
adj
not contemporary
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Junior high school level students have difficulty in comprehending his noncontemporary works and in linking up these works.
With increasing curricular and fiscal strain placed on the arts and humanities in our public and private schools, the audience for noncontemporary commercial music has become less acquainted with classical art music.
Interim CDC-NIH Recommendation for Raising the Biosafety Level for Laboratory Work Involving Noncontemporary Human Influenza Viruses.
After choosing to work with British dramatist David Hare's version of Ivanov--a contemporary writer's adaptation of a noncontemporary Russian play--Zinoman found herself wondering about Russian plays that were just plain contemporary.
Supporters of a noncontemporary vintage may dimly recall those same words being emblazoned across a large Union Flag that was suspended from the top of the main gangway leading into the old Stretford End at home matches throughout the 1970s.
Donnerstag is the expression of a universality, and Stockhausen, being a true believer, is both a modern objective creator and a noncontemporary one under the influence of an ancestral belief.
It was only when his inaccurate noncontemporary history, worked forwards, met his accurate contemporary history, worked backwards, that he ran into difficulty: he faced an overlap of two years.
Contemporary (20th Century) Artists Heritage Writers: Painters: Americans: Europeans: Eliot Picasso Fuentes Eliot Fuentes Pollock Hemingway Garcia Lorca Garcia Lorca Sutherland Orozco Sutherland Hemingway Orozco Pollock Picasso Noncontemporary (Pre-20th Century) Artists Heritage Writers: Painters: Americans: Europeans: Dickens Eakins Eakins Dickens Poe del Rio Poe Turner Ruiz de Alarcon Turner del Rio de Vega de Vega Velazquez Ruiz de Alarcon Velazquez
ESP may be a direct (noninferential) knowledge of certain contemporary or noncontemporary (past or future) states in the world, attained without the operation of any sense organ or physiological mechanism"